Greg Glatz Show
Raising minimum wage good for the economy?
Manitoba has raised the minimum wage again. The Selinger says a higher minimum wage is good for the economy. (Podcast created by Thomas Krause, the show's post-producer.)
Prayer in a World Beyond Belief - Part 3
Part 3 of a three-part interview with Gretta Vosper, United Church minister and author of Amen: What Prayer Can Mean in a World Beyond Belief. Gretta talks about leaving conventional prayer behind and embracing a new tradition built on love and...
Making sense of your spiritual path
Clark Saunders is a minister and the author of Through the Woods: Making Sense of Your Spiritual Path. He helps readers appreciate the value of already-lived experience.
Pastor kicked out of coffee shop
If you buy a panhandler a coffee and a donut, the manager might kick you out of the store.
Working on your relationship with God?
What matters more: working on your relationship with God … or being a decent human being?
Coolest tech gifts for Christmas
Kate-Madonna Hindes (GirlMeetsGeek.com) has a great list of Christmas gifts for the tech geek in your life. (Broadcast on CJOB 68 on December 11, 2011.)
Love to BBQ? Ask the expert!
Roger LeBleu from Lovey's BBQ takes the calls and answers the questions on how to BBQ like a pro. (Broadcast on CJOB 68 on December 11, 2011.)
Gay, transgendered breastfeeding dad wants to become a breastfeeding support group leader—yes or no? Would you be comfortable taking breastfeeding advice from a man? Amanda Thorsteinsson joins Greg on air. (Podcast created by Greg Glatz Show...
Prayer in a World Beyond Belief - Part 2
Part 2 of a three-part interview with Gretta Vosper, United Church minister and author of Amen: What Prayer Can Mean in a World Beyond Belief. Gretta talks about leaving conventional prayer behind and embracing a new tradition built on love and...
Documentary sounds the alarm on persecution
The persecution of Christians is on the rise. Documentary filmmaker Martin Himel explains why.
Rush Limbaugh in the world's oldest profession?
Michael Moore asks Rush Limbaugh, "Who's the prostitute now?"
The new homeless
The newest and saddest homeless demographic is LGBT youth who are being kicked out of their homes by their parents.
Can you have too many pairs of shoes?
Can you have too many pairs of shoes? Women … and guys … weigh in. (Broadcast on CJOB 68 on November 12, 2011.)
Can men and women be "just friends"?
A survey of Utah State University students reveals that women think they can have men as friends, but men have a different idea. (Broadcast on CJOB 68 on December 10, 2011.)
Who cares about kids at Penn State?
How did so many kids allegedly fall through the cracks in the Penn State sex abuse scandal? What will it take to get institutions to put the safety of kids first? (Broadcast on CJOB 68 on November 12, 2011.)
Bishop fails to report child abuse
The Kansas City Diocese is being indicted because their bishop failed to report that a priest at a Catholic Elementary School was taking nude photos of young girls. They say that they will fight this charge tooth and nail, though this isn't their...
Bill Blaikie on faith and politics
Many people believe in the separation of church and state. Bill Blaikie, legendary NDP politician believes that people bring their faith perspectives into politics. He discusses his book, "The Blaikie Report", on the show with Greg and Rachel....
NDP means higher crime rates?
Manitoba recently had a Provincial Election where the NDP was elected into majority government. Manitoba showed a record low turnout of voters, however some people are very upset, believing that this party will mean higher crime rates in the province....
PM tells CWB supporters, "Get over it"
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the Canadian Wheat Board monopoly is going to end and people who don't like his decision should "get over it". (Broadcast on CJOB 68 on Oct. 8, 2011.)
Free university tuition!
The Green Party of Manitoba says college and university students should go to school for free. Why wouldn't every one of the 80,000 students in Manitoba (and their parents) vote Green? (Broadcast on CJOB 68 on September 24, 2011.)
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